How to understand, embrace, and restoratively express explosive emotions after loss. Based on Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s book “The Anger of Grief”.
Anger in grief is natural. It’s normal to feel anger and other explosive emotions such as hate, blame, terror, resentment, rage, and jealousy after the death of someone you love or another significant life loss. Yet it’s challenging to experience these feelings day after day. And it can be hard knowing what to do about them. Allowing them to seethe and build up inside you is not the answer. Neither is lashing out at people who care about you.
This program will delve into how to understand and express your anger and other explosive emotions in restorative ways. Learning to be with your anger and soothe it will not only help you on your healing journey in grief, it will also give you tools for living the remainder of your days with less suffering and more joy.
This series aims to acknowledge and support your grief experience.
This program offered through a partnership with the following non-profits: Kitchen Table Conversations, California Hospice Network, YoloCares, Hospice of Santa Cruz County, and Mission Hospice & Home Care